Originally Posted by booradley
Well, if we were working real math, rounding up from 7.5 is correct. Considering that I'd give Little Red, Arguello, Haglar, Hearns, Leonard, et a 10, and might give Quarry, Pavlik, Kessler a 9, anything higher than a 7 is damn good.
Down to seven is stingy, if we consider five "so-so".
Eight still places him at "excellent for his own era, but not approaching all-time status".